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    Perspective diagram showing the sustainable features of Manitoba Hydro Place.
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    Manitoba Hydro Place ground-floor plan drawing.
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    The Michael J. Homer Science & Student Life Center is a LEED Platinum-certified building at Sacred Heart Preparatory high school in Atherton, California.
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    Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects designed the Homer Science & Student Life Center.
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    A courtyard space at the Homer Science & Student Life Center centers on a heritage oak tree.
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    All classrooms, offices, and corridors on the second floor of the Homer Science & Student Life Center benefit from daylighting strategies, such as light shelves and tubular skylights.
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